The Harpswell Heritage Land Trust is dedicated to protecting the natural and cultural resources of Harpswell, Maine. Our mission is to preserve and protect Harpswell’s natural resources, cultural heritage and access to the outdoors through targeted conservation, responsible stewardship and education.
Stone Walls: History and Technique
Tues., March 28, 7-8:30 p.m. * Harpswell Heritage Land Trust, 153 Harpswell Neck Road Learn about stone walls, their history and building techniques, from Matt Carter of Green Island Stonework in Topsham. Matt will cover the history of stone walls locally and throughout New England and how a stone wall should be constructed, and he […]Learn More
Where to Snowshoe in Harpswell
Now that we have all this snow, why not dust off your snowshoes and have an adventure? You might wonder where are the best places to go snowshoeing in Harpswell. Here are some recommendations… If you’re looking to snowshoe on Harpswell Neck: Curtis Farm Preserve: HHLT’s Curtis Farm Preserve provides an easy snowshoe around the […]Learn More
Snowshoeing, Sledding and Cocoa
Join us for winter fun at Harpswell Community School on Monday, Feb. 20, 2-4 p.m. Sled, snowshoe and enjoy hot cocoa and tea at this free event. We will have snowshoes of all sizes available for you to try out on the trails leaving from the school. All ages and experience levels are welcome, as […]Learn More